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Ron’s First 31 Days

31 Vegans’ First 31 Days – Day 13.
“If you told me it would kill me tomorrow if I didn’t eat meat and dairy, I still wouldn’t do it. It’s for the animals, the planet and everyone else I share the planet with.”

Soufia’s first 31 days

“Real change has and always will come at a grassroots level.”
31 Vegans’ First 31 Days – Day 28.

Callam’s first 31 days

“My first shop was so different to any I had previously done because I had to read the ingredients of everything I dropped in my basket, which in turn forced me to see what crap and nonsense everything has added to it.”
31 Vegans’ First 31 Days – Day 31.

Alex’s first 31 days

“I honestly can’t say I miss a particular thing. It would be ridiculous for me to say that because there are so many vegan alternatives.”

Laura’s first 31 days

Co-Pig Laura talks about changing her perceptions, surviving on Mexican food and finally finding the perfect vegan cheesecake in her first 31 days.

Alex’s First 31 Days

31 Vegans’ First 31 Days – Day 25.
“I had some negative responses from friends, particularly my male friends. There is such an unfortunate strong association with meat and masculinity.”

Hannah and Sam’s First 31 Days

31 Vegans’ First 31 Days – 22 + 23.
“There are so many delicious foods that we eat now that we never touched before we were vegan.”

Hannah’s first 31 days

31 Vegans’ First 31 Days – Day 21.
“We’re consuming animal products in a way that is simply unsustainable for the one planet we live on.”

Rebecca’s first 31 Days

31 Vegans’ First 31 Days – Day 20.
“I would remind myself what I saw when watching Earthlings and how these minor inconveniences were nothing compared to the horrors animals faced.”

Damien’s First 31 Days

31 Vegans’ First 31 Days – Day 19.
“There isn’t a right or a wrong way to be vegan.”

Dave’s First 31 Days

31 Vegans’ First 31 Days – Day 18.
“I still saw veganism as really giving something up.”

Bob’s First 31 Days

31 Vegans’ First 31 Days – Day 16.
“I’d made a seriously strong ethical connection which put animal products in their rightful place of not being food, so I never felt concerned about ‘missing out’.”